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The impact of COVID-19 on the college-to-career transition shifted employer expectations; it also gave rise to advice that applies more generally to all types of disruption.
trends and predictions, journal, coronavirus
The concept of recognizing feelings as real is a key step in developing emotional intelligence. The risk you run by not doing so is burnout.
best practices, nace insights, career development, talent acquisition, coronavirus
After declines in offer and acceptance rates in recent years, both increased for Class of 2020 new college graduates.
trends and predictions, benchmarks, nace insights, coronavirus
To prepare students for their transition to the workforce, career centers have to account for the standards of professionalism shifting over the past several years.
technology, best practices, competencies, diversity and inclusion, nace insights, career development, coronavirus
Over the next few years, $7.4 billion will be spent to bolster the underfunded, understaffed local, state, tribal, and territorial health departments around the United States. As a result, there are new career opportunities for every major and degree level, ranging from associate degree graduates to Ph.D.s.
journal, career development, coronavirus
It is difficult for students to be or perform their best when they are concerned about the reliability of their internet access and technology.
technology, best practices, trends and predictions, nace insights, coronavirus
As was the case with
bachelor’s level outcomes, the employment outcomes for graduates earning
master’s degrees declined in 2020 in comparison with 2019.
first destination, graduate outcomes, nace insights, coronavirus
TAMU-CT is building employer engagement opportunities in partnership with faculty that are “a little less virtual,” but better meet the needs of its unique student population.
technology, best practices, nace insights, special populations, career development, coronavirus
Class of 2020 graduates got fewer jobs than any other class since NACE first began reporting on employment trends with the Class of 2014.
Instead of pausing its college recruiting operations during the pandemic, NCR shifted its focus from on-campus to on-screen engagement, while always putting the students first.
technology, best practices, operations, nace insights, talent acquisition, coronavirus